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lots of empty seats on the chairman's flight. the federal aviation administration is looking if they were looking into a nonstop flight to curry favor with david sampson. on average, just 56% of seats filled. an airline typically fills 90% of its seats. >> david sampson's name during the bridgegate investigation with chris christie. >> three days after he resigned, that flight was canceled. "early start" right now. >> new attacks in the race for president. donald trump mocks carly fiorina's appearance. dr. ben carson sheds the nice-guy approach. we have new insults ahead. breaking news this morning. flooding in japan. thousands evacuated and buildings swept away. rescues happening right now.
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we are live. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. thursday, september 10th. >> let's begin with the breaking news from japan. the flooding is unbelievable. sweeping away houses and officials ordering the evacuation of at least 170,000 people. japanese self-defense personnel rescuing people stranded by the typhoon etowh. new this morning, yes, donald trump said that. critical and some say derogatory comments of the one woman in the republican field, carly fiorina. a new "rolling stone" profile, trump reacts to a tv appearance by fiorina shouting look at that face. would anyone vote for that? can you imagine that? the face of our next president? she's a woman and i'm not supposed to say bad things, but really, folks, come on.
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are we serious? fiorina responded to megyn kelly on fox news overnight. >> i think those comments speak for themselves and all the many, many thousands of voters out there that are helping me climb in the polls. yes, they are serious. >> what do you take that to mean? look at that face. would anyone vote for that? >> i have no idea. you know, honestly, megyn, i won't spend a single cycle wonder what is donald trump means. maybe i'm getting under his skin a bit. >> trump is facing attacks from a new front. dr. ben carson, running second to trump in almost all the polls. carson has been quiet on the stump, but no more. in southern california, carson took a direct shot at the authenticity of trump's faith. >> by humility and the fear of
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the lord are riches and honor in life. that's a very big part of who i am. i don't get that impression with him. maybe i'm wrong. i don't get that impression. >> donald trump has been looking for a way to confront ben carson. he fired a tweet, wow i'm ahead of the field with evangelicals and every other group and ben carson just took a swipe at me. one candidate playing nice with donald trump and getting the same in return. ted cruz. trump and cruz sharing the stage on capitol hill. for more on the truce between trump and cruz, cnn's dana bash. >> reporter: you know the phrase you hug your friends and hug your enemies tighter? they are competitors for the
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white house, but cruz invited trump to a big rally outside the capitol over the iran nuclear deal. show him praise and don't criticize him. i talked to both of them about their relationship. >> you and cruz have a relationship when it comes to republican competitors. why do you have this bromance? >> it is a romance. he backed me. >> you were supposed to be othe outsider. donald trump. >> i'm a big fan that every battle is won before its fought. framing the argument. >> you are fighting on the same terrain. >> right now, the people supporting donald trump are looking for someone to stand up
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to the washington cartel. >> reporter: cruz says nice things about trump so trump says nice things back. trump has a line. when i asked if he would consider telling his supporters to back cruz if he backed out. trump responded without missing a beat saying that won't happen because i never drop out. john and christine. dana bash. hillary clinton says she will not hesitate using force against iran. clinton offered strong support for the nuclear deal in a speech in washington. she mixed in a sizable dose of caution. we have cnn's brianna keilar with the latest. >> reporter: good morning, john and christine. hillary clinton heads to ohio today after laying out support for the president's iran deal in washington. clinton said the u.s. should seize the chance to block iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon
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and ripping up the deal is unrealistic and dangerous. clinton emphasized her skepticism saying her motto would be distrust, but verify. she would not hesitate to use military force to prevent iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon. she showed flashes of rumor in the speech. something her advisers urged her to do as they try to turn around her falling poll numbers. here she is laughing off a coughing fit. >> i apologize my voice. suffering under massive allergy assault. yes, republican histiamines are everywhere. >> reporter: clinton is expected to talk about women and families today. christine. thank you. hillary clinton and her campaign. a former aide who handled her server for the e-mail will
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testify before the benghazi hearing. bryan pagliano will testify and invoke his fifth amendment rights. now the iran nuclear deal is in a done deal according to the vice president. he says the meeting with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu is in the works with the white house prepared to increase support to the israelis so they can maintain a military advantage over enemies. the vice president is also promising the iran nuclear deal will be fully enforced. the supreme leader of iran hopes israel will no longer exist in 25 years. ayatollah khomeini is ruling out any other further negotiations with the united states beyond nuclear issues. dampening hopes that the nuclear deal will lead to closer ties with u.s. and iran. the justice department is adopting a tough policy cracking down on wall street. federal prosecutors are being
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ordered to no longer give individuals protection from civil or criminal liability unless extraordinary circumstances. the justice department is criticized for taking in fines from the corporations rather than powerful corporate bosses. asian markets closed lower. data from china reigniting the country's slow economic growth. yesterday, the dow fell 240 points. stocks have had triple digit moves in 13 of the last 15 trading days. the battle for your living room is heating up. apple introduced a newversion of apple tv. tim cooks says apps. television is all about apps.
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updat updated iphones and ipad. the apple pencil can be used with the new tablet. another first, this is getting a lot of attention. this is something consumers can identify with. customers can buy an iphone directly from apple without tied to a wireless carrier. a sign that apple which makes most of the money from iphone sales wants buyers to upgrade phones as much as problem. >> you can get a subscription and get a phone every year. >> investors were not impressed. stock closed down 2%. >> apple has a high bar. breaking news this morning. widespread deadly flooding in japan. tens of thousands of people evacuated. buildings swept away. you are looking at pictures right now of the dramatic rescues happening as we speak. we are live next. wh 're living w . only glucerna has carbsteady,
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japan. torrential downpours forcing residents to take refuge on the roofs of their homes. meteorologists declaring this an emergency situation. you can see why. days of floods swept away homes and buildings in the eastern province. the japanese military personnel has been ordered to rescue people stranded. 170,000 people have been ordered evacuated so far. there is fear the contaminated from the fukishima power plant is flooding into the ocean waters. we have cnn's will ripley with more. >> reporter: you know this is a very serious situation in a country prone to all kinds of natural disasters. the japanese military is engaged in aerial rescues in north of
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tokyo along the kinagawa river. many senior citizens in the area who had minutes to evacuate their homes. there is fear some are still trapped in their homes after the rescues. there are hundreds of evacuation centers set up for people. they don't know the scale of the disaster and the number of those trapped. it is now night. the sun has set in tokyo. this is a dangerous flooding situation and time is of the essence. the fukishima power plant with contaminated radioactive water leaked out as a result of the heavy rain. they say the situation is contained for now. they have to watch it closely, john, and keep measuring radiation in the area. john. >> it will be a long, long
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night. darkness just setting in. will ripley, thank you. >> the radiation contained. something we heard before. a lot of concern. europe with new plans to address the worst refugee crisis since world war ii. the head of the eu john paul junker has a plan some european countries clearly are not on board with. in hungary, tensions rising along the border with serbia. frustrated refugees clashing with police claiming they are treated like animals as they make their way west. let's turn to our correspondent arwa damon along the hungary/serbia border. >> reporter: good morning. the weather is not helping adding to the miserable conditions. people here gathered around a small fire as they wait for buses to arrive. if one really wants to look for the silver lining in all of
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this, because of the rains, the buses that people have been waiting for have been arriving relatively quickly. the number of refugees here we have been seeing over the last few days have significantly diminished this morning. as we were hearing the buses coming with more frequency and the hungarians with a certain degree and getting more organ e organized. the cold temperatures emphasize how important it is for all of the far countries that these people are transiting through to really get the process going. now this is an area where unhcr was supposed to be building a more permanent shelter. that is very needed at this stage. as time goes on, these rains will continue and the
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temperatures will continue to drop. this is not just what people are facing here. scenes similar, if not much more worse, than what you are witnessing are unfolding throughout the entire route that these people are taking as they cross through europe. they often times find themselves out shelter and sleeping on the streets and on the pavement and forests. as the european leaders are getting together to figure out how they will divvy up the responsibilities when it comes to taking in these refugees mostly from the war zones of iraq, syria and afghanistan and economic migrants as well. perhaps another very pressing issue right now is how to build up the much-needed assistance at the various critical transit points along their way. arwa damon for us on the hungary/serbia border. new concerning about the russian
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build up in syria. the obama administration keeping a close watch on the movement of military personnel on the ground in syria and moscow is stepping up support for the assad regime. the u.s. is warning of any escalation of the civil war in syria. barbara starr has more. >> reporter: john and christine, just how far will russia go to protect its interests in syria? secretary of state john kerry making the second phone call in a week to his counterpart russian foreign minister sergei lavrov asking what is going on and by all accounts, not getting complete answers. officials i've spoken to say they see evidence that the russians have unloaded military ships at syrian ports, offloading vehicles, troops, airfield equipment, building equipment for temporary quarters. they believe the russians are laying the ground work for
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welcome back to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. 30 minutes past the hour. >> disastrous flooding sweeping away houses and officials ordering the evacuation of at least 170,000 people. the japanese self-defense force out in force right now. they have been rescuing people stranded by the flooding after the typhoon hit. heavy rain in a short period of time. you can see the rescues happening. night has now fallen in japan. the situation could be getting worse. we will have a live report from the region in ten minutes. the gloves are off this morning as more republican candidates begin assaults on donald trump. breaking overnight. carly fiorina brushing off a harsh attack by trump in a new "rolling stone" profile. trump reacts to a news image of fiorina by shouting, look at that face. would anyone vote for that? can you imagine that?
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the face of our next president. i'm not supposed to say bad things, but really, are we serious? >> i think those comments speak for themselves and all of the many, many thousands of voters helping me climb in the polls. yes, they are very serious. >> what do you take that to mean? look at that face. would anyone vote for that? >> i have no idea. megyn, i will not spend a second wondering what donald trump means. maybe i'm getting under his skin a bit. >> there is ben carson running second to trump in many recent polls. at a campaign rally in california, carson shifted his strategy. taking a personal shot at trump questioning the authenticity of his faith. >> by humility and the fear of the lord are riches and honor in
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life. and that's a big part of who i am. i don't get that impression with him. maybe i'm wrong, but i don't get that impression. >> trump fired back overnight in a tweet saying wow i'm ahead of the field in evangelicals and i'm proud of this and every other group. and ben carson took a swipe at me. >> this is getting more and more interesting by the second. >> who will go? >> i'll go. >> a bunch of republicans and john berman. >> this is getting interesting. there is one candidate playing nice with donald trump and getting some consideration in return. ted cruz and trump shared the stage and hugs at a rally at the iran nuclear deal on capitol hill. let's get more from political don't dana bash. >> reporter: john and christine, you know the saying you hug your friends and hug your enemies
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tighter. it is unclear which one ted cruz thinks donald trump is. a friend or enemy. they are competitors for the white house, but cruz made a point of inviting trump to a rally outside the white house to protest the iran nuclear deal. the latest on the cruz's approach to the frontrunner. showing him praise and don't criticize him. i talked to both of them about the relationship. >> you and senator cruz have an unusual relationship when it comes to republican competitors. why do you have this bromances? >> it is a romance. i like him. he backed me 100%. >> you were supposed to be t the outsider. >> you know, i'm a big fan that every battle is won before its fought. won before choosing the terrain. framing the argument. >> you are fighting on the same terrain. >> what donald trump, the people
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supporting donald trump looking for someone to stand up to the washington cartel. >> reporter: cruz has been very trump-esque. trump does have a line. when i asked if he would consider telling his supporters to back cruz if he would back out, trump responded without missing a beat saying that won't happen because i never drop out. john and christine. dana, thank you. hillary clinton says she will not hesitate to use force with iran if they continue with nuclear weapons. she mixed in a sizable dose of caution about iran's intentions. senior correspondent brianna keilar picks up the story. >> reporter: good morning, john and christine. hillary clinton heads to ohio after laying out support for the iran deal in washington. clinton says the u.s. should
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seize the chance to block iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon. and ripping up the deal is unrealistic and dangerous. clinton emphasized her skepticism about the iran intentions. saying her motto would be distrust and verify. she would not be against using force. she showed flashes of humor, something her advisers urged her to do as they try to turn around her poll numbers. she is laughing off a coughing fit. >> i apologize for my voice. suffering under massive allergy assault. the republican histamines are everywhere. >> reporter: in columbus this morning, clinton is expected to talk about issues concerning women and families. brianna. thank you. uncomfortable moments for
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hillary clinton and her campaign. her campaign aide is called to testify before the benghazi committee. bryan pagliano will invoke his fifth amendment right. vice president biden is working to smooth things over now the iran agreement is a done deal. a meeting with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu is in the works. the vice president is promising the iran nuclear deal will be enforc enforced. the supreme leader of iran says he hopes israel will no longer exist in 25 years. ayatollah khomeini is ruling out any further negotiations with the united states beyond the nuclear issues discussed. some say this could lead to a thaw in tensions with the united states and iran. time for an early start on your money. asian markets closed down.
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new concerns about china's slowing economic growth. some deflation numbers. european markets are down. u.s. stock futures are up. another one of the ugly days. dow fell 240 points. nasdaq down. remember when we were talking 24 hours ago, it looked to be a good day for stocks. the dow has made triple digit swings 13 out of the last 15 trading days. i have good news for job seekers. 5.8 million job openings in july in the u.s. a record. that's the most job openings since the government started tracking that 15 years ago. a sign that the labor market is getting better. it is also one of the things the fed will watch and talk about at its meeting next week when it decides whether to raise rates. the down side of the number of the strong job openings, it highlights a complaint. if you are out of work, it is
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japan forcing residents to take refuge on roofs of their homes. meteorologists declaring it an emergency situation. days of flooding sweeping away houses and buildings in the eastern provinces. japanese military personnel have been ordered to rescue residents stranded. the evacuation order of 100,000 plus people so far. and there is fear that the contaminated water from the fukishima power plant could spread. we have will ripley with more on what is happening there. >> reporter: christine, rescue operations are expected to continue in the overnight hours. you can see it is dark here now which is further complicating the issue for the japanese self-defense force. people are clinging on to light poles or on their roofs waiting for help to arrive. the concern is it is still
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unknown, the full scale of the disaster. how many people may not have been able to call for help because the waters were rising so quickly along the kinagawa river. that is the fear as searchers continue to look for survivors and take them to the emergency evacuation centers. there are 100 centers where people are spending the night waiting to see when they can return to their homes if their homes are still there. we saw the water sweep some of the houses away. in fukishima prefecture, we see the heavy rains wash through the area yesterday. the area has been drenched with rain for four weeks. contaminated radioactive water leaked out into the ocean. that leak, we are told, was contain. they say radiation levels are
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not a concern for now. >> will ripley, thank you for that. you never want to hear leaked radioactive material into the ocean from fukishima. not a good deal. let's take a look at what is coming up on "new day" with chris cuomo. >> good morning, john and christine. i said don't discount donald trump. not a flash in the pan. people are angry. he has insisted it is a blip on the radar. the new cnn/orc poll, shows donald trump has not gone away. the opposite has been the case. he has his biggest lead yet. it is all about him and ben carson. why is this going on? we'll talk in the analysis of the poll that shows what people are zeroing in on that wants them to want in trump. now ben carson. and somewhat playing the type,
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the s&p and nasdaq down 2%. triple digit swings 13 of the last 15 trading days. one thing weighing down stocks, tumbling oil. a barrel is now below $45 because of the global supply glut. low oil prices are a good thing. $2.03 gas by december. the new forecast by the government. the energy information administration. $2.03 by december. the average is $2.37 this morning. more than $1 cheaper than a year ago. details emerging about the flight of the center of the investigation which cost the ceo of united his job. lots of empty seats on the so-called chairman's flight we reported yesterday. investigators looking into where united agreed to a nonstop flight with new jersey and columbia, south carolina where
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the then chairman of the new york port authority had a vacation home. that was in exchange for maybe some favors at newark. that is the investigation. on average, 56% of the seats on that flight were filled. an airline typically fills 90% of its seats. an internal investigation at united continental led to the ouster. donald trump widening his lead. a new cnn poll out in about one minute. "new day" has that. impressive numbers. starting now. >> donald trump is good. he is very, very good. when he's bad, he's bad. >> maybe, just maybe i'm getting under his skin because i'm climbing in the polls. >> humility and the fear of the lord. i don't get that impression. >> we need a strong immigration plan. former tennis star james
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blake says as many as five plain clothes officers tackled and handcuffed him. >> what would you like to hear? >> an apology. days of furious flooding sweeping away hoes. >> seen people that had to climb on the rooftops and clinging to light poles trying to wave at the military all right. good morning. welcome to "new day." it is september 10 at 6:00 in the east. we have new numbers to show donald trump continues to defy the law of politics. a new rnc poll out right now shows trump widening his lead over the entire field. he has the backing now of 32% of gop voters. it's the biggest number in any national poll to date. remember, many said he would never crack 20%. now he's over 30%.
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look at number two, ben carson. also picking up steam and at a high rate. guess what? he and trump are butting heads now on a holy level. once again, trump finds himself in hot water for comments he made about a woman. this time it's his republican rival carly fiorina. we'll get the latest from athena jones. good morning, athena. >> reporter: good morning. the big question of the campaign season has been at what point will what trump said hurt him with voters. we'll see if we get an answer to that soon. the other question they have been asking is whether trump and carson who hold the top two spots will begin to attack each other. now we have an answer to that question, and it was carson who threw the first punch. this morning the donald still sitting high atop the pack. in the new cnn/rnc poll, they say trump is most

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